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Slip and damage properties of jaws of laparoscopic graspers Jaws of laparoscopic bowel forceps generally have sharp. . Surgical graspers must be safe, not to damage tissue, and effective, to establish a stable contact for operation. . The b

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Slip and damage properties of jaws of laparoscopic graspers

Slip and damage properties of jaws of laparoscopic graspers

Jaws of laparoscopic bowel forceps generally have sharp. . Surgical graspers must be safe, not to damage tissue, and effective, to establish a stable contact for operation. . The bowel …

Grasper Trauma During Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Grasper Trauma During Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Request PDF | Grasper Trauma During Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy | The present study characterized the histopathological nature of laparoscopic grasper trauma during laparoscopic cholecystectomy .

Laparoscopy in Small Animal Practice: Is It Possible

Laparoscopy in Small Animal Practice: Is It Possible

A 5-mm atraumatic grasping forceps with multiple teeth is used to grasp the intestine at the site to be biopsied. It may be necessary to "run" the bowel with two grasping forceps to select a location to biopsy. The antimesenteric boarder is firmly grasped with the forceps. The intestine is then pulled to the cannula.

Grasping Forceps - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Grasping Forceps - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

In so doing, the bowel should be minimally instrumented with grasping forceps or other traumatic instruments, as tangential traction with cotton pads or presentation of the bowel by elevating it manually often provides sufficient retraction to allow visualization of intervisceral adhesions. As lysis progresses, an effort should be made to repetitively identify and selectively work at the antimesenteric surface of adhesions to minimize the chance of compromising the bowel…

Complications of Gastrointestinal Surgery in Companion Animals

Complications of Gastrointestinal Surgery in Companion Animals

 · Companion Animals. Gary W. Ellison, DVM . Ischemic intestine is often black or gray and easily discernible from normal bowel. . 6,7 likely because animal owners may not appreciate the .

Clinical indications and techniques for upper and lower GI

Clinical indications and techniques for upper and lower GI

The jejunum is often accessible to endoscopic evaluation in small dogs and most cats. Serrated jaw pinch forceps (without bayonet) are most useful for small bowel biopsy procedures. Abnormal findings: Alterations in mucosal texture (increased granularity), friability, and hyperemia are commonly observed. Increased granularity, friability, and erosions are often associated with mucosal inflammation seen …

(PDF) Laparoscopic Sterilization of the African Lioness

(PDF) Laparoscopic Sterilization of the African Lioness

This paper describes the treatment and contraception of 23 captive and 40 free-ranging lionesses (Panthera leo) and four captive tigers (Panthera tigris) in South Africa using 3x4.7mg, 2x4.7mg, 9 .

Laparoscopy in Small Animal Practice: Is It Possible

Laparoscopy in Small Animal Practice: Is It Possible

A 5-mm atraumatic grasping forceps with multiple teeth is used to grasp the intestine at the site to be biopsied. It may be necessary to "run" the bowel with two grasping forceps to select a location to biopsy. The antimesenteric boarder is firmly grasped with the forceps. The intestine is then pulled to the cannula.

The optimal mechanical efficiency of laparoscopic forceps

The optimal mechanical efficiency of laparoscopic forceps

 · Laparoscopic forceps have a large amount of friction in the mechanism, leading to a limited mechanical efficiency, which impairs the pinch force feedback. The advantage of a small amount of friction is that it is easier to maintain a constant pinch force on the tissue. Therefore, to obtain the optimal mechanical efficiency of the forceps, the influence of mechanical efficiency on the .

Assessment of Tissue Damage due to Mechanical Stresses

Assessment of Tissue Damage due to Mechanical Stresses

Existing research seeking to reduce damage in MIS graspers has considered the geometry and characteristics of the grasper jaw. In general, sharp jaws are used to prevent cases of tissue slip [5 .

Gastrointestinal Laparoscopy in Small Animals - ScienceDirect

Gastrointestinal Laparoscopy in Small Animals - ScienceDirect

 · For optimal presurgical bowel preparation, the mass should not be obstructive. Fast the animal, perform oral gavage with PEG-350 and Electrolytes for Oral Solution (Go-Lytely; Braintree Laboratories, Inc, Braintree, Massachusetts) and administer presurgical cleansing enemas beginning 24 hours before surgery.

Surgical Resolution of Soft Tissue Disorders | IVIS

Surgical Resolution of Soft Tissue Disorders | IVIS

 · A traditional small-animal thumb forceps with teeth is shown. This instrument has a curved tip and unique jaws for handling delicate tissues. (Greg J. Harrison). Figure 35.3b. The forceps in Fig 35.3a have unique jaws (40x). The central row of teeth is elevated to fit into a …

Diseases of the Digestive System | Veterian Key

Diseases of the Digestive System | Veterian Key

 · Food is vital for the life of the animal because it provides the source of energy that drives all the chemical reactions in the body. Consumed food is not in a form readily usable by the body. The digestive system breaks down the consumed food to a point where it can be absorbed and used by the animal.

Common Surgical Procedures in Pet Rodents - ScienceDirect

Common Surgical Procedures in Pet Rodents - ScienceDirect

 · Specialized retractors are critical, because even a skilled surgical assistant can hamper the surgeon's visualization of very small surgical fields.8, 9 The most useful is the Lone Star retractor (Lone Star Medical Products, Stafford, TX USA) and it consists of plastic rings of various sizes and shapes and rubber elastic stays with attached hooks. . The elastic stays can be connected to the .

vet 255 final Flashcards | Quizlet

vet 255 final Flashcards | Quizlet

tissue forceps are considered to be 'traumatic forceps" and should be used only on tissues that are being removed from the patient (e.g, tumors, damaged bowel, etc.) Allis same When performing a laparoscopic procedure, the abdomen must be filled with a gas to cause distension this process is called

Maingot’s ABDOMINAL OPERATIONS, Twelfth Edition

Maingot’s ABDOMINAL OPERATIONS, Twelfth Edition

The most atraumatic grasper has small, smooth teeth like a Debakey forceps. This has the advantage of not tearing the tissues and can be used on almost all organs. We use the Hunter grasper (Jarit), which, like a Debakey, can be used to grasp bowel and also can be used to grasp a needle. An additional benefit is that the tip is blunt and not .

Laparoscopic Sterilization | GLOWM

Laparoscopic Sterilization | GLOWM

Laparoscopic sterilization was first performed in the late 1930s by Bösch 1 in Switzerland. Independently, two American gynecologists, Powers and Barnes, developed a similar procedure in the United States. 2 During the 1940s, female sterilization in the United States was generally performed only for medical indications. Elective sterilizations were subjected to a formula in which age .

Clinical indications and techniques for upper and lower GI

Clinical indications and techniques for upper and lower GI

Animals having esophageal retention of ingesta or barium contrast may require additional time. Instrumentation: Flexible endoscopy is preferred. Biopsy accessories should include serrated jaw pinch forceps (most useful), foreign body graspers, and a balloon catheter for dilatation of strictures.

Laparoscopic Colon and Rectal Surgery | Abdominal Key

Laparoscopic Colon and Rectal Surgery | Abdominal Key

 · Laparoscopic Colon and Rectal Surgery Roberto C. M. Bergamaschi Sergio W. Larach Alessio Pigazzi Slawomir Marecik Elsa B. Valsdottir Salim Amrani A little learning is a dangerous thing. —ALEXANDER POPE (1688-1744), Essay on Criticism, Part ii A learning curve is not a valid justification for patient injury. —State of New York Department of Health Memorandum—Series…

Differentiation surgical instruments - SlideShare

Differentiation surgical instruments - SlideShare

 · • Do not place a damaged instrument back on the tray. Set it aside and get another one. • Do not use an instrument for any function other than the one for which it was designed (e.g., don’t use Metzenbaum scissors to cut dressings). Such use can damage the instrument. • Do not toss or drop instruments onto the table. Handle them carefully.

Endoscopic Assessment of the Duodenum in Dogs with

Endoscopic Assessment of the Duodenum in Dogs with

 · Different indices have been proposed to measure the activity, severity, or both of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in dogs to evaluate efficacy of treatment in clinical trials. 1-3 All of these indices are based on clinical signs, biologic data, or both. Gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy is a well‐established technique to directly visualize the mucosa and acquire targeted biopsy specimens for .